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Chip Zdarsky & Erica Henderson's "Jughead" #2 feels classic and natural, Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo" #150 is a genuine treasure, and more.
Kelly Thompson and Emma Vieceli wrap up the latest arc of IDW's "Jem" series with a satisfying end to the current arc and a literal cliffhanger.
From honest depictions of sex and trauma to nuanced character portrayals, "Jessica Jones" is the best Marvel Cinematic Universe installment yet.
"All-New All Different Avengers" #1 is packed with wit & thrills, "Batman" #46 is filled with unpredictable twists, plus many, many more.
King & Walta create an instant classic in "The Vision" #1, Orlando & Aco's "Midnighter" #6 is a gut punch of an issue, plus many more reviews.
Seeley, King & Janin take readers on an enjoyable ride in "Grayson" #13, "Angela: Queen of Hel" #1 is a gorgeous looking issue and many more.
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"Amazing Spider-Man" #2 is a real pleasure to read, "The Astonishing Ant-Man" #1 delivers a bright, funny introduction and many more reviews.
Fraction & Zdarsky make "Sex Criminals" #13 another winner, "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2 continues the fast-paced fun, plus many, many more.
"Batman and Robin Eternal" #1 is off to a strong start, "Invincible Iron Man" #1 is an attractive and impressive debut, plus many, many more.
"American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 is addictive, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10 is a must-read, plus "Book of Death: The Fall of Harbinger" and more.
Joss Whedon's second 'Avengers' entry has its flaws, but its strengths prevail - and sometime play even better - in the home video release.
The mind games escalate in "Fight Club 2" #5, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #9 is fantastic, plus others from DC, Marvel & more.
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"Jem and the Holograms" #7 brings the fun, "ODY-C" #7 takes chances and makes bold choices, plus "The Fade Out," "Star Wars" & many more.
Kelly Thompson & Emma Vieceli kick off "Viral," the second arc of IDW's "Jem and the Holograms," by impressively building on what came before.
"Little Robot OGN" is perfectly timeless, "Bitch Planet" #5 is awesome, plus reviews of "Civil War," "The Wicked + The Divine" and many more.
This week, Ron Marz reviews the current state of comic reviews, and suggests some needed improvements to raise the level of sequential discourse.
BKV & Steve Skroce continue to fascinate, "Plutona" and "Toil and Trouble" debut strong and Waid & Samnee's "Daredevil" goes out on a high note.
It has the classy car, a cool operator and devil-may-care attitude, but the "Transporter" reboot doesn't hold a candle to the Jason Statham original.
Chan is once more riding high with a big hit in China that, lucky for us, is arriving stateside in all of its goofy glory.
"Grayson" #11 is fun and action-packed, "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is hilarious, plus "East of West," "Lumberjanes" and many more.
One-note and xenophobic, "No Escape" is so frustratingly bad that not even a scene-stealing Pierce Brosnan can rescue it.
Starring Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine, this post-apocalyptic love story isn't the movie you might expect. It's way better.
"Batman" #43 introduces the new villain Mr. Bloom, "Secret Wars" #5 is a quiet, game-setting installment, plus "Injection," "A-Force" & more.
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Kelly Thompson has written and reviewed comic books. Using those two perspectives, she gives some strong advice to would-be comic book reviewers
"The Fade Out" #8 keeps readers guessing, "Infinity Gauntlet" #3 is an entertaining installment, plus "This Damned Band," "Siege" & more.
With a plodding story, uninspired dialogue and lack of fun or action, Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot is a profound mess.
"Jem and the Holograms" #5 is a winner, "Sex Criminals" #11 pays homage to David Caruso, plus "Star Wars," "Batgirl Annual" and many more.
Thanks to Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson, "Rogue Nation" delivers the kind of setups and payoffs that will have audiences cheering.
"Transformers" #43 poses profound questions, "Marvel Zombies" #2 is disgustingly beautiful, plus "Cyborg," "Archie vs. Sharknado" and more.
If "Wreck-It Ralph" was a love letter to video games, "Pixels" is that careless sext in the middle of the night that reads, "U up?"
"Hawkeye" delivers a tightly constructed conclusion, "Godzilla in Hell" takes readers on a journey, plus "Island," "Siege," "Book of Death" & more.
"Saga" #30 is "emotionally explosive," "Archie" #1 is the best first issue of the year, plus "Strange Fruit," "Starve," "Runaways" & more.
"We Stand on Guard" lives up to expectations, "A-Force" gives readers plenty to enjoy and more from Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse and BOOM!
"Green Lantern: The Lost Army" #1 is "a strong start," "Planet Hulk" #2 is filled with surprises and more from Marvel, DC, Image & Dark Horse.
DC gets out of this world with "Martian Manhunter," Marvel delivers more "Secret Wars" goodness, plus reviews of comics from IDW, Image & more.
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